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A common question that homeowners are asking across the country is whether double glazing stops condensation. A great feature about our double glazing windows is that they are equipped with thermally insulated materials that help keep your home and windows at an efficient temperature. These materials are critical in preventing condensation, as they keep your windows and home at a consistent temperature and lower the chance of condensation from appearing. However, some signs of condensation can be a good sign that your double glazing windows are working well, so it's important to assess what type of condensation you have.

At Kingfisher Windows, we supply and install a wide range of double glazing windows, doors and conservatories that can enhance your home. These products won’t only increase the thermal insulation of your home but can also increase your home’s security and visual appeal. 

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What Is Condensation?

Condensation is when there is a temperature difference between your windows and your home. When there is a sudden increase in temperature that hits a cold surface, like your windows, the gas will turn to liquid and make your windows wet and misty. There are different types of condensation, so in order to find out how to prevent condensation, you need to know what causes it. 

Internal Condensation

Environmental factors cause internal condensation. Environmental factors could be when you are cooking without a window open, or you are drying clothes, and the home is too stuffy. As there are different temperatures in the room, condensation will occur on your windows as the heat can’t escape. You will see internal condensation on your windows, but it can also appear on your walls and doors.

External Condensation

External condensation is when there is moisture on the outside of your windows, and it lands on the first spot it finds. As your windows are cold during the winter, the moisture could get steamy and appear as condensation. External condensation shouldn’t damage your home or windows, but it might not look nice. 

How Does Double Glazing Stop Condensation?

Double glazing is made up of two panes of glass with a gap in between them. This inner pane of glass will be warmer, so it helps when there are two temperatures. This process is also how your windows' efficiency regulates the temperature in the home and prevents heat loss. When the warm air circulates in your room when you have the heating on, or you are cooking, double glazing is likely to regulate itself so condensation doesn’t appear. 

Our double glazing is made from durable glazing and has seals in their profiles, which helps increase their thermal efficiency and weather resistance. This is important as your new double glazed windows can protect themselves from weather elements that can cause condensation and also problems like rotting or warping. 

Double Glazing Prices

At Kingfisher Windows, we are always looking for ways to improve our customers' homes. This includes finding materials that help prevent expensive or annoying problems like condensation. If you are interested in installing high quality home improvement products into your home that will improve your home’s natural performance, then get in touch today. 

You can use our online contact form or call us at 01329 233500, and one of our team members will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Alternatively, you can use our online quoting engine to get a free bespoke quote on any of our double glazing products. 

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